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Alternate Threaded Inserts For 3D Prints

The usual way to put a durable threaded interface into a 3D print is to use a heat-set insert, but what about other options? [Thomas Sanladerer] evaluates a variety of different threaded inserts, none of which are actually made with 3D printing in mind but are useful nevertheless.

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ShadeReogen/PicoNtrol

PicoNtrol is a Bluetooth Adapter powered by a Raspberry Pi Pico W that plugs straight into the native controller port of supported retro consoles. PicoNtrol is a WIP hobbyist project in it’s very early days designed for enthusiasts who are familiar with electronics and retro gaming hardware.

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SatCat5: UART, SPI And I2C Via Ethernet With FPGA-Based Design

To the average microcontroller, Ethernet networks are quite a step up from the basic I2C, SPI and UART interfaces, requiring either a built-in Ethernet MAC or SPI-based MAC, with tedious translation between Ethernet and those other interfaces.

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Growing as an FPGA Developer

I get asked pretty often about how to get into FPGA design or how to become a good or even great FPGA developer. Since I get asked quite often, I decided to put my thoughts down here instead of typing it out again and again forever. I hope what I write here will help you on your journey.

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